2022 Harry Frank Guggenheim Scholar Awards (Up to $45,000)
Language Requirement Not required
Level Non-Degree /Short program
Eligible Region/CountriesOpen for all
Applications for the Harry Frank Guggenheim Distinguished Scholar Awards are now open. The program’s purpose is to recognize leading researchers proposing to make a significant contribution to illuminating an issue of violence. Worldwide, applicants can submit their proposals in social and natural sciences and other aligned disciplines, which promise to increase understanding of the causes, manifestations, control of violence, and aggression. Individual and team applicants are highly encouraged to submit their proposals before the given deadline.
Organized by: Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation
Closing date: August 1, 2022
Result announcing date: December 2022
The Foundation supports research into the fundamental mechanisms that lead to violence. Still, priority is given to proposals that make a compelling case for the relevance of potential findings for policies to reduce these ills. Similarly, historical research is considered to the extent that it is relevant to a current violent situation. Examinations of the consequences of violence are welcome insofar as a compelling case can be made that these outcomes may serve as causes of future violence.
You can submit your applications in any violence related subject, including the followings:
- Family and intimate-partner relationships
- Climate instability and natural resources competition
- Racial, ethnic, and religious conflict
- Political extremism and nationalism
- The annual award range is from USD 15,000 to USD 45,000 for a period of one to two years;
- If you are interested in submitting your proposal for a more significant amount and a longer duration, provide specific justifications;
- The award will not be given to the institution’s program but will be awarded to individuals;
- Applicants from any nationality can apply for applying;
- There is no formal degree required; the recipient of the award may be a Ph.D., M.D., J.D., or equivalent degree;
- Applicants don’t need to be related to a higher education institution, although most are college or university professors;
Application Requirements & Process:
- The applicant needs to provide the project title. If the project has more than one principal investigator, you need to enter information regarding the Co-Pls in section C;
- Enter an abstract of the project proposal
- A project budget with its justifications;
- Upload a single document containing the CV and list of publications of the principal investigators and all professional personnel (max two pages)
- Upload a research plan having the specific objectives, background, significance of the work, and methodology, indicate your familiarity with relevant scholarly literature, and descript who your project will complement or improve upon it;
- Enter information if any other supports are available for the proposed research;
How to apply for Harry Frank Guggenheim Scholar Awards?
Applicants who fulfill all requirements can submit their applications online by creating an account before the deadline.
For more information about the Harry Frank Guggenheim Scholar Awards, visit HFG’s website.
In case of having any question, do not hesitate to contact [email protected].
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